Masters of Sex (2013–2016)
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The Revolution Will Not Be Televised 

Masters and Johnson feel ready to cure sexual dysfunction.


Adam Arkin


Thomas Maier (based on the book by), Michelle Ashford (developed for television by) | 1 more credit »

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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Michael Sheen ... Dr. William Masters
Lizzy Caplan ... Virginia Johnson
Caitlin FitzGerald ... Libby Masters
Teddy Sears ... Dr. Austin Langham
Annaleigh Ashford ... Betty DiMello
Adam Arkin ... Shep Tally
Betsy Brandt ... Barbara Sanderson
Kevin Christy ... Lester Linden
Jocko Sims ... Robert Franklin
Mather Zickel ... George Johnson
Artemis Pebdani ... Flo Packer
Jack Laufer ... Herb Spleeb
Cole Sand ... Henry Johnson
Kayla Madison ... Tessa Johnson
Bradley White ... Dr. Kaufman


After watching an early cut of the documentary, Masters is disturbed by the portrayal of his work. Johnson's move to solidify her custody arrangement with George backfires. Finding justification in Masters' distraction, Libby continues her relationship with Robert. Langham discovers Flo's family's wealth and connections, causing him to re-evaluate his relationship with her. And after repeated testing of their protocol to cure impotence, Masters and Johnson feel they are ready to cure sexual dysfunction. Written by Anonymous

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28 September 2014 (USA) See more »

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Most poignant episode so far...
18 October 2014 | by dlantzkeSee all my reviews

I have found the entire Masters of Sex series fascinating from the start of Series 1, yet after watching this particular episode, I feel compelled to tell others about how incredibly good it really is. The reality of how complicated our everyday lives can be, the circumstances of others that one fails to take into consideration, even when attempting to do what one thinks is "right". The fact that the BillMasters character and his "leadership" appear so flawed, yet he has followers and trusted supporters anyway...and all of this set amongst a backdrop of American history that gives the viewer a sense of realism in that the events of that period were consistent with the "revolution" occurring as part of Masters and Johnson's study. I can't wait for the next episode!

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